carburettor

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carburettor

, carburetter (US), carburetor
a device used in petrol engines for atomizing the petrol, controlling its mixture with air, and regulating the intake of the air-petrol mixture into the engine
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It is more tedious to control the tail pipe emissions beyond BS IV emission norms with the conventional carburetor system since it is operating on open loop system.
Another major difference between carburetors and fuel injection systems is their susceptibility to icing.
I opened the hood and, to my horror, saw that the carburetor was spewing gas.
Asbestos removal is expected to begin within weeks on the Carter Carburetor site in north St.
Founded in 1950 and headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, Walbro Engine Management is the world's largest manufacturer of carburetors and a major manufacturer of ignition systems, fuel injection and air/fuel management components, and fuel storage and delivery components for engines targeted at outdoor power equipment, marine, recreational and two-wheel applications.
I always just replace bad carburetors, rather than rebuild them.
The carburetors investigated earlier are presented with flow analysis captured by CFD analysis for three cases.
Some folks use a degreasing, all-purpose cleaner called Simple Green to clean up their carburetors.
Great reputation rebuilds carburetors & alternators picks and chooses clients.
Sales of the re-manufacturer of carburetors and other motor parts were off 16 percent to $18.
This eliminates the spring mass, diaphragm actuator and mixing bowl apparatus of typical mechanical carburetors.